Is the sentence grammatically correct?

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KLPNO

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Hello everyone

I'd like to ask if the following sentence is grammatically correct:

Systematic character of teaching basic professional skills to employees required changes to be included in the existing programs of Soft Skills trainings oriented to the specific character of their professional activity.
 

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Grammar is not the problem. What are you trying to say? Can you write the same idea in three SHORT sentences? Then I might have some idea of what you are trying to communicate.
 

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Systematic character of teaching basic professional skills to employees required changes to be included in the existing programs of Soft Skills trainings oriented to the specific character of their professional activity.

Does it mean?

Procedures for teaching basic professional skills to employees requires changes, including the existing Soft Skills training programs designed for specific professional activity
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Systematic character of teaching basic professional skills to employees required changes to be included in the existing programs of Soft Skills trainings oriented to the specific character of their professional activity.

The intended meaning is as follows:

There are Soft Skills trainings for employees, i.e. employees are taught basic professional skills at these trainings. And the teaching process/procedures at these trainings have a systematic character. And this systematic character of teaching basic professional skills required making changes in the existing programs of these Soft Skills trainings. And these changes are oriented on the peculiarities (specific character) of the professional activity of the employees.
 

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Systematic character of teaching basic professional skills to employees required changes to be included in the existing programs of Soft Skills trainings oriented to the specific character of their professional activity.

The intended meaning is as follows:

There are Soft Skills trainings for employees, i.e. employees are taught basic professional skills at these trainings. And the teaching process/procedures at these trainings has a systematic character. And this systematic character of teaching basic professional skills requires making changes in the existing programs of these Soft Skills trainings. And these changes are oriented on the peculiarities (specific character) of the professional activity of the employees.

Soft Skills training is provided for employees in which a systematic process is used to impart basic skills. The process has led to changes in the training courses which directly relate to the specific professional activities of the employees.
 
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